35 terms

Special Needs Midterm

ages covered by IDEA
behavior interventions
a set of strategies designed to address the function of a student's behavior in order to change it.
characteristics of a learning disability
brain processes things differently
IQ above 70
difficulty in reading, perception, speaking...
characteristics of emotional disturbances
long period of time
sensory explanation
trouble with making relationships
inappropriate behavior in normal circumstances
personal problems/physical symptoms
socially maladjusted
connection of ADHD to other health impaired
affects learning
alertness with in educational environment
Diana vs. state boe of california
public schools tested spanish speaking students in their native language
Pennsylvania Association for Retarded Children
parents took students to court saying they had a right to be in school
court said intellectually disabled could go
Mills v. BOE
any disability could be in school
washington DC
parents had the right to complain
Larry P. v. Riles
can't discriminate on tests based on race
"norming a test"
direct instruction
hated by teachers
discrepancy method
take this test and take this test, if there is a difference, then there is a learning disability
ability vs. achievement
due process
procedures specified in IDEA for making all the critical decisions that are part of special education
environmental contributors to learning disabilities
poor nutrition
long period of time in a highly adverse emotional climate
toxins (lead)
too little stimulation
low medical care
low educated parents
environmental supports
involve students
effective praise
help outside organization
examples of health impairments included under OHI
Sickle cell
externalizing behaviors
behaviors directed towards others
bother both teacher and students
acting out
functional behavioral assessment
multidimensional problem-solving strategy for analyzing student's behavior within the context of the setting in which it's occurring.
heterogeneous group
there is not one common thread
how to determine ADHD
behavior rating scales
samples of student's work
anecdotal notes
instructional interventions
help student to achieve and organize
put them in an environment where they can focus
internalizing behaviors
often do not disrupt the classroom
cannot get mind off of certain thoughts
decreased interest in previous interests
abuse and headaches
Least restrictive environment (lre)
setting most like the one in which other students are educated in which one with disability can achieve. (general education)
mnemonic instructional strategies
percentage of students with disabilities in Ohio
physiological causes for a learning disbility
brain injury
positive behavior supports PBS
a functional and data based approach to responding to student behaviors with an emphasis on skill development
psychosocial factors for an emotional disturbance
experiences, events, and people around them
chronic stress
stressful life events
childhood maltreatment
additional family factors
related services
supportive services (person)
required members of an IEP meeting
Gen Ed teacher
District Rep
Special Ed teacher
ability to recover and not experience long term harm from episodes of stress or single negative experiences
Response to intervention method for determining a learning disability
IDEA is where it is first identified
school related behavior for individuals identified with an emotional disturbance
non completion
strategy instruction
method of teaching students techniques, principles, or rules applicable in many learning situations that guide them to complete tasks independently.
supplementary aids and services
anything the student may need to be successful in the classroom (things)
who determines ADHD
doctor or psychiatrist/psychologist